Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Red Curry Sausage


Swedish Falu Sausage is probably not something many of you have easy access too, but just in case you do find it, you could try this easy recipe with it. Falu Sausage is a name-protected sausage, that's made from smoked beef. It's very smooth, and very mild, and probably the favorite of just about any kid in Sweden. Germany and Poland have similar sausages as well.

I like to just slice it and fry it, and serve with pasta, but it's also nice to make more of a stew with it. This is a spicy version, that's really quite interesting. You could make it with regular hot dogs instead of Falu Sausage, too.

Red Curry Sausage
Serves 2, generously

300 g Falu Sausage or other mild sausage, diced
1 yellow onion, diced
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1-2 tbsp red curry paste
chilli sauce or tabasco
100 ml (0,4 cups) corn (frozen is fine)
200 ml coconut milk
100 ml cream (light cooking cream works fine)

Fry the sausage in a large pan until it's browned. Add garlic, onion and red curry and fry for a few minutes. Add the chilli sauce and the corn. After a few more minutes, add coconut milk and cooking cream, and leave to simmer for a few minutes. Add a little water or milk if it's too thick.

Serve with rice.

Recipe in Swedish:
Falukorv med röd curry


Sugar Bean said...

I do not have any knowledge on how your curry taste like, is it spicy? Malaysian curry is very hot and heavy in taste. I think it should taste very different from yours :)

Anonymous said...

I love falukorv aswell!!!

The curry one I never tasted thoug..